Preparation and characterization of diethylnicotinamidium perchlorate
Iveta Ondrejkovičová, Dušan Mikloš, and Silvia Štefániková
Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology, Slovak University of Technology, SK-812 37 Bratislava, Slovakia
Received: 6 November 2007 Revised: 13 February 2008 Accepted: 5 March 2008
Abstract: The title compound is the first example of N,N′-diethylnicotinamidium, [denaH]+, salt which has been characterized by X-ray analysis and IR spectra. [denaH]ClO4 was obtained from the reaction mixture prepared from N,N′-diethylnicotinamide (dena) and Fe(ClO4)3 in ethanol without any addition of HClO4. The proton required for protonation of dena is produced by hydrolysis of aquairon(III) cations. In the crystal structure,
cations and anions are held together by ionic interactions. The cations are linked to each other by pyridinium-carbonyl N-H⋯O=C
hydrogen bonds and an infinite linear chain along axis a is formed.
Keywords: diethylnicotinamidium - hydrogen bond - perchlorate - structure - IR spectra
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Chemical Papers 62 (5) 536–540 (2008)
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